National Archives - The Germ War Battle Front - Uncataloged Film. Records of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1894 - 2002. - DVD Copied by IASL Scanner John Williams. - LI 263.1030
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January 26, 2012
1952 DPRK North Korean propaganda film with POWs
Black and white.
Sound in Korean.
Title card: The fight has begun on the germ war battle front. Men in biological chemical warfare suits march.
They spray some sort of chemical in a field. Then some sort of foam? Shot of bomb. Narration begins, with English subtitles.
Frogs are infected by germ bomb. Also, fish, flies, fleas, spider.
North Korean gov't organizes an epidemic squad. Shot of technicians in face masks. One collects insect near germ bomb. Area is incinerated.
Germ bombs in the form of shellfish are found and decontaminated. People who ate the shellfish germ bombs are sick.
Captured Korean War Air Force POW pilot Lt Floyd O'Neal is filmed. He gives his name, rank and serial number. Also, home address. He talks of 2 lectures on biological warfare he was given - 1 in the Air Force in 1951 at Luke AFB the other in January 1952 in South Korea. He says he carried out a germ warfare mission, reluctantly. Then confesses about germ warfare in Korea. Might be doing coded blinking.
Then he stands for a final statement.
Then USAF Lt Paul R Kniss is interrogated. He gives his name, rank, serial number. Then talk about his service in the US and Korea and lectures on germ warfare. Also, a germ warfare mission.